Year 6 trophy winners awarded at their final whole school assembly
Children who started at Trull School during 2016/17 received a bible courtesy of the Board of Governors
Summer Fete: fancy dress, music, stalls, sheep, dancing, tug o' war, opening of the outdoor ed area, emergency services and even a sky dive.
Our first produce harvested from our new garden area; 6 cabbages and loads of carrots
Year 6 leavers love their new hoodies
Congratulations to our Year 6 team who received bronze medals at the County Quadkids Athletics finals
WOW - so proud of our Girls Cricket Team who are now County Champions.
Y6 £5 Challenge - lots of enterprising activities in the playground for their opening afternoon
Foundation Stage were learning about Scotland today with Mr & Mrs Stevenson who came to tell the children about their lovely country and to perform some Scottish dances.
In-Site Open Morning - really successful and enjoyable morning for parents who gave lots of positive feedback
As part of their Science topic Maple Class have made scarecrows for the Outdoor Education Area
Year 6 having a great time on their Residential
Mrs Wedlake and our new mascot 'Tango' listened to the children read
Outdoor Classroom Day, a world-wide project to take lessons outside proved a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our new Outdoor Education Area. All KS1 & KS2 children enjoyed cross-curricular activities in the sunshine.
Year 6 enjoying their celebrations to mark the end of SATs week
Planting out in the garden of our new Outdoor Area
An interesting array of headgear made at Art Club this week
Fabulous performances from the choir and band at the Castle School Community Concert
Really interesting talk in assembly from members of the BMS Mission Service on their work in schools in Zimbabwe.
Our Netball team came runners up in the County Finals at Millfield School. Some very good play and excellent team spirit.
Easter competition - wonderful creations from every class
The TSF kindly paid for the 500 word story winners to go into town for refreshments and choose a book at Waterstones
Drama Club performed 'Sausagehead Maizie' to the the whole school on 28th March
Red Nose Day 2017 and an excellent array of red accessories. We raised over £224.
Year 2 enjoyed a fun afternoon of tennis coaching from Highland Spring Mini Tennis, they practiced ball skills and hand-eye coordination.
RSPCA Assembly on 17th March to hand over £100 raised at the School Council cake sale
Musical Showcase - what amazing talent there is at our school. The culmination of two weeks Practice-a-thon in aid of Clic Sargent.
KS1 thoroughly enjoyed the Puppet Theatre show 'Malina's Dream' presented by the Angel Hearts Theatre Company..
Year 6 led our KS2 assembly on 7th March with the theme of animals
Year 6 children receiving Bikeability training in March
We celebrated World Book with 'DEAR' - drop everything and read. The children loved it.
Beech Class have melted wax to make new shapes
Students from Queen's College came on 3rd February to explain in our assembly about the Chinese New Year and celebrations
Years 2 and 5 received a visit from the Fire Service to talk about fire safety in the home.
Text Santa Day - KS2 Carols Service for whole school
KS2 Carol Service led by Oak Class pupils
Christmas lunch with the children and staff
Christmas Fair 2016 - another successful TSF event
Christmas carols with the school band and choir after school
Our Foundation Stage pupils enjoyed their nativity dress rehearsal ready to show the parents on Wednesday 7th December
Oak Class visited the Donkey Sanctuary on a beautiful December day
Beech Class enjoyed a visit from one of their parents who is a policeman
Trull Late Club making their winter wonderland display
Warhammer Club - exciting lunchtime club run by Miss Lodge for Years 5 and 6
Excellent performance and workshop from Richard Huish students to Year 6 - looking at feelings as they transition to secondary school
Years 5 & 6 enjoyed a visit from Steve Manning: Year 5 have been Vikings for the day and Year 6 were informed about World War 2
Really enjoyable and good fun entertainment from the Spellbinder
A wonderful display of poppies for Remembrance Day 2016
Yew Class visited the Taunton Baptist Church and asked searching questions of their Children and Family Worker
Oak Class had a visit from Robert Cooney, of Robert Cooney Estates Agents, to talk to them about persuasive writing.
Ash Class were very quiet hiding under their parachute ...
Year 1 enjoyed a visit from the Museum Service and learned about life during Florence Nightingale times
Chess Club - some very deep thinking going on ....
Foundation Stage pupils attended the opening of the new Wickes Store in Taunton
Harvest Assembly donations for RAFT (Refugee Aid from Taunton). A fantastic response. Thank you.
Roald Dahl Dress-Up Day to celebrate his 100th birthday
Foundation Stage pupils start their journey at Trull School September 2016
End of Year assembly and Year 6 Leavers' celebrations
KS2 Sports Day on the hottest day of the year so far. Lots of tired children but they had great fun in the sun..
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat - our musical production, a superb performance from all our KS2 children. Absolutely amazing.
Trull Party in the Park 2016 - smiley, happy faces on a lovely sunny afternoon for our country dancers.
Science Festival: each class made their own rockets - which could really fly
Whole school photo taken on 20th May
Year 6 enjoyed their end of SATs celebrations - water fight, inflatables and a BBQ. Thanks to the TSF and Y6 parents.
Race for life... what a brilliant afternoon, despite the rain! Well done to all!
Elm & Maple classes enjoyed the fantastic experience of learning about Picasso with Untied Artists
Every class took part in the Easter Experience at Trull Church
Pupils from Years 5 & 6 attended the Big Sing held at St Marys Church on 16th March
Year 6 Common Room officially opened by Hetty & Maddie on 22nd February..
Joseph at the Weston Playhouse - excellent show and the children are now ready to start rehearsals for our own performance
Worship Through Play KS1: we welcomed members of Trull Church into school who ran workshops on the theme of 'Heroes in the Bible'.
Oak Class were learning about Hinduism celebrations as part of their RE curriculum
KS1 enjoyed learning about the Chinese New Year, including making their own dragons and eating noodles with chopsticks.
Skate@Trull - fantastic fundraiser organised by TSF & thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Rowan Class went to the Roman Baths at Bath; they attended workshops and dressed as Romans, made mosaics and enjoyed the audio tour of the museum and Baths. They even drank water from the spring!
Oak Class enjoyed Fossil workshops with the Museum Service today - 12th January
Christmas lunch 2015
KS2 Carol Service included a special visitor - Rupert the donkey. He joined the Oak Class procession into church.
KS1 production of Whoops a Daisy Angel - two magnificent performances today
Christmas Fayre Day: Santa's Grotto, Santa's Workshop, competitions plus lots of lovely things to buy
Christmas Nativity performed by children in the Foundation Stage
Victorian Christmas Workshop for KS1
Yew Class visited Taunton Baptist Church on 16th November
Many amazing 'superheroes' in school today for Children in Need - and we raised £311.95. Thank you
Amazing day of entertainment from the Spellbinder
Elm & Beech enjoyed Victorian Workshops and learned how to make butter and rag rugs
Elm Class enjoyed a dance workshop with the Birmingham Royal Ballet as part of the Quartz Arts Festival at Queen's College.
So proud of our amazing choir who performed at the Castle School Concert on Wednesday 7th October.
Thank you for your Harvest donations received to support Open Door. The pumpkin had been grown by Miles from Elm Class.
Head Boy & Girl and House Captains posing for the Gazette photographer
Today we appointed our very first Head Boy and Girl. Elected from within Year 6 the children were nominated by their peers and supported by the staff. Congratulations to our two new school ambassadors, Louis Silsby and Francesca Sandy.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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